Quant-DARE services and answers to frequently asked questions.
Quant-DARE provides advice and consultation on quantitative data analysis and research to:
- UoA staff
- UoA graduate research students
- External researchers
Please note: Quant-DARE is not a tutoring center for assistance with students’ statistics coursework.
Quant-DARE provides data analysis services to internal and external researchers on:
- Research Design and Methods
- Univariate and Multivariate Statistics
- Survey Development
Request an appointment
To schedule an appointment, please send email to Quant-DARE@auckland.ac.nz with a brief description of your query. All appointments must be made at least a week before the meeting date.
UoA researchers or students only, first come first served.
- Date: Monday - Wednesday
- Time: 10am - 12pm
Quant-DARE was established as a cost-recovery service within the Faculty of Education and Social Work. Externally funded project will require full cost recovery plus overheads to compensate for the internal discounting.
New fees have been introduced as of August 5 2021.
|University of Auckland students
|$75/hr with first hour free
|University of Auckland staff and external clients
Discounts for contracts of more than 10 hours will be negotiated. Fixed price services for bulk purchases will be negotiated. Quant-DARE reserves the right to waive fees at any time on a case-by-case basis.
How can I schedule an appointment?
To schedule an appointment, please send email to Quant-DARE@auckland.ac.nz with a brief description of your query.
Do I need to know statistics?
You may be expected to have some basic understanding of statistical concepts depending on your research or project.
Do I need to bring along my supervisor if I wish to talk about my doctoral/master’s research?
No. But it is essential that your supervisor knows you have asked us for assistance. Please provide evidence that your supervisor approves of your request for assistance.
At what stage of my research should I approach Quant-DARE for help?
The best time to get help is at the design stage before you collect any data or submit your proposal or HPEC application.